Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Lots of charm, little action in slow-paced heist comedy.
Hepburn and O'Toole are magical together.
...the sort of genial, fluffy little caper flick that rarely gets made anymore, which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Enjoyable, low-key comedy with two great stars.
Wasn't I just in 1960's Paris w/Peter O'Toole (What's New Pussycat, and I panned him) a little while ago? Well, what a difference a day makes, or a co-star, at least if your co-star is Audrey Hepburn. In a pairing reminiscent of William Powell and Myrna Loy in the Thin Man series of yore, the screen practically bubbles with these two simply reacting off of one another. Why this coupling was never repeated I'll never know, but it's butter on the screen. Oh, yes, there's some sort of story going here, something about a museum heist, something to do with art, I don't know, or care really, cause this film was actually wrapped when the casting director signed these two on.
O'Toole and Hepburn make a great comedy team, they should have been in more movies together. This movie is hilarious and very fun, I really liked it.
This film is sheer brilliance! It was funny, well-acted, great and tremendously clever story! I totally loved it from start to finish! Even the stealing work was very clever and funny! Especially the twists at the end!
A delightful romp with sophisticated dialogue, excellent acting, and colourful sets and costumes.
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